Headley Britannia IS a rocking horse

No, really. If you don't fancy just any old rocking horse, you can now get one in the form of Lucinda Frederick's Headley Britannia. That'll show them in the nursery.


Anonymous said…
The makers of these horses now seem to do them ''all to the same pattern'', very tall necks at a 90 degree angle, much preferred their far more individual horses made in 1990's. Shorter necks, prettier heads, and on secondary market the 'earlier' horses are what people want...simply due to better shape, particularly the ones on bow rockers.
Jane Badger said…
That's interesting - thank you very much. I wonder why they changed.

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